A $300 satellite tv for pc winner will face Damian Salas for the title after one other controversial day for the World Collection of Poker.
We’re simply two gamers away from having a World Champion after 38-year-old Joseph Herbert took down the US leg of the WSOP Primary Occasion.
He defeated Roy Jenkins heads-up to win the $1,553,256 first prize and an opportunity to play for an additional $1 million.
The $300 satellite tv for pc winner devoted his win to his mom, who handed away earlier this yr.
It was a really controversial day for the World Collection of Poker after Upeshka De Silva was disqualified for testing optimistic for COVID-19. Issues obtained worse for the WSOP because it was then revealed that Worldwide leg winner Damian Salas is presently unable to enter the US.
He has examined adverse for COVID-19 however as a result of he has been in Europe lower than 15 days in the past, he was barred entry to the US. Because of this his $1 million heads-up match with Herbert is now attributable to happen on January 3.
Which means that the 2020 World Collection of Poker Primary Occasion champion will probably be determined in 2021.
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*Participant was disqualified and awarded ninth place cash